Old 04-29-2020, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default Velocity display horizontally in MIDI Notes

I have two short question which I search for:

1.) can you display the velocity horizontally in MIDI Notes - See Screenshot?

2.) Can you change the display font to bold or another font for the Notes label so you can read it better. The default font is to small.

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hmmm this can be use full feature
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Old Today, 08:16 AM   #3
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Velocity on notes.

See midi editor menu
"view/pianoroll notes"
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On the other hand, are you suggesting that if velocity is used horizontally, note length adjustment will happen vertically?

I can see where the velocity idea could be pretty nice but like I said, what are you going to do with the note length it replaces?
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I believe it would be different handles available from inside the note, instead of the edges, so you'd still be able to adjust notes lengths as usual.
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